Anita Dobson, the actress wife of Queen guitarist Brian May, has revealed their garden shed is over-run with stray pussy cats.
Brian May is being plagued by stray pussies.
The Queen guitarist and his actress wife Anita Dobson would like to relax and unwind in their garden shed at home, but are prevented from doing so because the property has been completely over-run by homeless cats.
Asked whether she'd like to own a so-called 'she-shed' - a women-only space where she can escape everyday stresses - during her guest panellist appearance on 'Loose Women', Anita explained: ''I think I'd rather have a house. We do have a shed in our garden, but mostly stray pussy cats live in there from time to time.''
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Brian May has confessed that although Queen ''probably'' won't be taking to the stage at Glastonbury this year they would be interested in headlining the world famous music festival in the future.
The 67-year-old rocker has confessed that while the band ''probably'' won't be taking to the stage at the world famous music festival this year, they wouldn't turn down the opportunity to take to the stage at Worthy Farm in the future if Adam Lambert - who has been acting as the band's front man in place of the late Freddie Mercury - is available.
When asked if Queen were set to perform at the festival later this year, Brian told BANG Showbiz: ''No probably not. Look these things get put on the table, it would be interesting to do Glastonbury if we were an operational unit at the time.
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Between 2006 and 2008, Steve Wright killed five people in the town of Ipswich, Suffolk. The residents of London Road found themselves in the heart of the media storm, and were shocked by the representation of their neighbourhood in the press. Throughout the course of one of the most challenging times in their lives, the residents of London Road came together to repaint, remake, and re-establish their homes into something they could be truly proud of, and something that would stop the country associating them with the murders. This is the story of the residents of London Road.
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The subject's pretty grim for the 'Broadchurch' actress' new movie.
Olivia Colman has been cast in the upcoming film adaptation of London Road, the National Theatre musical about the real life Ipswich prostitute serial killings. Colman will reportedly play Julie, a Neighbourhood Watch volunteer who works to revive the sense of community spirit lost in the wake of the five terrifying killings, according to The Telegraph.
Olivia Colman Has Been Cast In The Stage-To-Film Adaptation Of 'London Road.'
The film will show Julie doing her bit to raise spirits by organising a local 'in bloom' competition to spruce up the area with floral displays. The Broadchurch actress will star alongside The Dark Knight Rises star Tom Hardy, who will play a taxi driver, and EastEnder's Anita Dobson will play one of the town's residents.
Brian May has had ''good reports'' back after undergoing tests for cancer last month.
Brian May has had ''good reports'' back after undergoing several tests for cancer over the festive period.
The 66-year-old guitarist - who had a knee replacement last year - was urged to go for MRI scans last month to ''rule out various kinds of cancer'' after he complained of agonising pain his back.
However, the Queen legend took to his website, Brianmay.com, over the weekend to reassure fans that although he still hasn't received a diagnosis for the pain he has been experiencing, doctors have ruled out the illnesses that they were initially worried about.
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Brian May has taken to his website to reveal he has undergone several tests for cancer over the festive period after going to the doctor in agonising pain.
Brian May has undergone several tests for cancer over the festive period.
The 66-year-old guitarist - who had a knee replacement earlier this year - has taken to his website to reveal he has been suffering from agonising pain in his back over the past few weeks and it turned so bad he was urged to go for MRI scans to make sure he didn't have cancer.
He wrote: ''Around Christmas I've been having a succession of blood tests, ultrasounds, and various kinds of scans, to see if they could rule out various kinds of cancer.
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Anita Dobson has riled radio bosses by refusing to be photographed for Bbc Radio 5 Live's website. The former Eastenders star was discussing her stint in Strictly Come Dancing on Rachel Burden's show last Friday (25 November 2011), but declined a request to have her picture take, explaining she did not look her best.
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